Archive | Statistics & Reports

Bloggers

Interning with SMEX

Social Media Exchange (SMEX) is looking for an enthusiastic intern, who believes in change in Lebanon, and who’s interested to work on digital rights and online advocacy campaigns. You will work closely with the SMEX team and partners on existing research projects related to digital rights in Lebanon and Arabic-speaking countries, create content for our […]

Continue Reading
YT Thumbnail

Youth, Internet, and Technology in Lebanon: A Snapshot

للقراءة باللغة العربية Internet Access and Usage The vast majority of those surveyed — 93 percent — use a mobile phone most frequently to access the internet. A shared desktop or laptop (be it at school, home, or an internet cafe) came in second at 54 percent, followed closely by a personal computer with 50 […]

Continue Reading
Stack of law books on a marble-topped side table in a Naples room.

Champions of International Lawlessness

This is the third installment in SMEX’s Working Drafts Series on the emerging legal framework for free expression online in the Arab world. Subscribe to get updates and learn about related events. You can add your ideas and comments below or by sending us an email at info@smex.org.  Arab governments are as derelict in following international standards on free expression […]

Continue Reading
Residents of Zaatari

Logging on in Zaatari: Part II

What Syrian refugees in Zaatari are doing online Mike Pizzi is on a Fulbright research grant to Jordan, where he is studying Internet access and social media use in refugee communities. The following is the second installment in a two-part report on Internet use in the Zaatari Syrian refugee camp. He can be reached at Michael.W.Pizzi@gmail.com. In […]

Continue Reading
I footnotes